The Adobe Photoshop Improvement Program is designed to help improve machine learning based features in Adobe Photoshop. Features like Object Selection, Select Subject, Select and Mask, and Content-Aware Fill can all be improved with a wide range of images to train our machine learning algorithms. Participation in this program is opt-in only and voluntary. By default, customers are not signed up to participate when they install Photoshop 21.2 (June 2020 release).
No, the information is not viewable by users.
Adobe Photoshop version 21.2 and later on macOS and Windows 10.
If you choose to participate, Adobe will:
Adobe will not use this data for any purpose other than to improve Adobe Products and services.
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collects and uses your information.
Participation in the program is voluntary. To join the program:
No, enterprise customers cannot participate in the Adobe Photoshop Improvement Program.
If you joined the program and change your mind, you can leave at any time. To leave the program:
When you leave the program, Adobe no longer collects additional images and data. Your existing data is not deleted from Adobe servers.
Read Machine Learning FAQs to find answers to common questions on machine learning and the machine learning features available in Creative Cloud and Document Cloud.
Will I receive spam if I participate in the program?
You will not receive any email from Adobe regarding this program, regardless of whether you participate.
Do I need an Internet connection?
An Internet connection is required to participate in this program. However, you do not need to be connected all the time. When an Internet connection becomes available, the information is automatically transmitted with minimal impact to your connection.
How long does the program last?
Information is collected as long as you use the product for which you have agreed to participate or until you decide to stop participating in the program.